The Mehr News Agency reported today that the United States agreed to lift part of its sanctions against Iran, although representatives of the Islamic State consider that this promise is still falling short of their demands.
The Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister and chief Iranian nuclear negotiator, Syed Abbas Araghchi, revealed the news at the conclusion of the fourth round of dialogue in Austria between Tehran and 4 + 1 (the United Kingdom, France, Russia and China in addition to Germany) dedicated to saving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (PIAC or JCPOA). ) Or the nuclear deal.
Araghchi, who heads the Islamic Republic’s delegation, added that the Americans also agreed to return to the multilateral agreement.
“This decision confirms that the Americans were serious about their return to the center,” he said.
Araghchi added, “If our demands are met, the Islamic Republic of Iran will take very seriously the return to the full and original implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.”
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Representatives of Iran and the parties that are still part of the nuclear agreement signed in 2015, namely Russia, China, the United Kingdom, France and Germany, are currently participating in talks to restore the agreement, which is officially called the Comprehensive Joint Action Plan.
After the United States unilaterally exit from the agreement in 2018, Tehran waited for a year for its counterparts to take the necessary measures in this regard. However, given the passivity of the European parties, they have gradually begun to reduce their nuclear obligations under Articles 26 and 36 of the agreement.
However, from Tehran they confirm this, if The United States lifts all sanctions, The Islamic Republic will once again fulfill its obligations. (Summary of agencies)
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